September 27th, 2021
When it comes to the enchanting combination of succulent grilled meats and pillowy pita… we’re in love. Here’s just a few of our favourites around Perth.
George’s Mezé has been in Subi so long it’s practically a part of the furniture. It’s a long-time go-to for any Greek eats – particularly, as the name would suggest, for mezé – but also for other Greek favourites like goat slowly braised in red wine, moussaka, or (of course!) souvlaki. Rustic, wholesome and simple, enjoy your grilled skewers with house-made tzatziki and hand-cut wedges.
A picture is worth a thousand words, and the response when we innocently posted this photo of Acropolis Souvlaki‘s yiros back in June… well, it spoke volumes! We can tell you all the good stuff about local produce and authenticity, yadda yadda – but I mean, just look at them. If that won’t convince you to visit, nothing will.
George’s Kebabs Greek Streats
Curtin students will need no introduction to the legendary George’s Kebabs. The iconic eatery – established in 1985, or thereabouts (no one, including the second-generation George, is quite sure) – has gone mobile. While they’re most often seen parked up at Curtin Uni, you can now also find their delicious eats across Perth. Streat boxes, lamb souvlaki on fluffy pita, or those moreish Spartan fries… When it comes to this lunch, we’re willing to put in a bit of legwork.
Unpretentious Stirling cafe El Greco is serving up fittingly unpretentious Greek fare – from refreshing salads, to moreish mezé platters, and a selection of wraps that will knock your socks off. The signature lamb is a must, but you can get the breakfast vibes going with a grilled halloumi and egg number, too.
For a little pocket of Greece in Northbridge, stop by Yefsi.
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